Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Harriman Trail Boulder Dash results


Sept. 2, 2012, the second annual Harriman Trail Boulder Dash 10-mile run for 30 finishers, from Baker Creek in the Sawtooth National Recreation Area to Galena Lodge along the historic Harriman Trail.

 

PLACE, NAMETIME

1—Mike Sinnott1.06:01

2—Patrick Johnson1.07:39

3—Colin Rodgers1.07:58

4—David Vanderpool1.10:47

5—Ted Stout1.16:56

6—John Kurtz1.18:13

7—Brian Dobias1.18:30

8—Nancy Fiddler1.18:40

9—Daryl Fauth1.19:30

10—Alexa Turzian1.22:42

11—Mike Kearney1.26:19

12—Ryan O’Hara1.27:32

13—Kim Kawaguchi1.28:16

14—Jennifer Schwartz1.29:13

15—Ross Barry1.30:02

16—Brad Mitchell1.30:12

17—Jena Greaser1.32:39

17—Kim Poulson1.32:39

19—Rick Stark1.33:31

20—Tizz Miller1.35:44

21—Debbie Jester1.36:45

22—EJ Harpham1.37:04

23—Leslie Howa1.40:53

24—Susie Lambert1.42:20

25—Monica Hebert1.47:26

26—F.J. Trzusowski1.47:40

27—Gigi Prior1.50:47

28—Todd Hakes1.51:38

29—Chandra Barney1.57:32

30—Wolfgang Kuhn1.57:34

 

TIME IMPROVEMENTS OVER 2011

Kim Poulson 6:10, Mike Kearney 1:16, David Vanderpool 1:14, Jennifer Schwartz 0:46.




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